Russian teacher and physician; born in the first quarter of the nineteenth century; died at Wilna March 9, 1897. He was graduated from the Rabbinical School of Wilna, and subsequently held the position of senior teacher there for seventeen years, until the school was closed by order of the government. He then, at the age of forty, began to study medicine, and, after being graduated from the Academy of Medicine of St. Petersburg, was appointed military physician to the 107th Troitzky Regiment, which position he held until his death. He contributed some valuable articles on the Jewish question to the "Yevreiskaya Biblioteka" and to "Razsvyet."

  • Nedelnaya Khronika Voskhoda, 1897, No. x.
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